Agile, People

12 days of an #Agile Christmas

On the first day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the second day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the third day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the fourth day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the fifth day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Five Daily stand-ups a week, Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the sixth day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Six Pairs-a-Programming
Five Daily stand-ups a week, Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the seventh day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Seven Stickies Moving, six Pairs-a-Programming
Five Daily stand-ups a week, Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the eighth day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Eight objects refactored
Seven Stickies Moving, six Pairs-a-Programming
Five Daily stand-ups a week, Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the ninth day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Nine Clients advising, eight objects refactored
Seven Stickies Moving, six Pairs-a-Programming
Five Daily stand-ups a week, Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the tenth day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Ten User Stories
Nine Clients advising, eight objects refactored
Seven Stickies Moving, six Pairs-a-Programming
Five Daily stand-ups a week, Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the eleventh day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Eleven Retrospectives, Ten User Stories
Nine Clients advising, eight objects refactored
Seven Stickies Moving, six Pairs-a-Programming
Five Daily stand-ups a week, Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team

On the twelfth day of Christmas
My Agile Coach gave to me
Twelve Specifications-by-example
Eleven Retrospectives, Ten User Stories
Nine Clients advising, eight objects refactored
Seven Stickies Moving, six Pairs-a-Programming
Five Daily stand-ups a week, Four Planning Poker Decks
Three Green Bars, Two week Iterations
And A Kanban Board by a co-located team with an awesome Velocity!!!!!

Re-posted from http://bornagainagilist.wordpress.com

About Terry Bunio

Terry Bunio has worked for Protegra for 14+ years because of the professionalism, people, and culture. Terry started as a software developer and found his technical calling in Data Architecture. Terry has helped to create Enterprise Operational Data Stores and Data Warehouses for the Financial and Insurance industries. Along the way Terry discovered that he enjoys helping to build teams, grow client trust and encourage individual career growth, completing project deliverables, and helping to guide solutions. It seems that some people like to call that Project Management. As a practical Data Modeller and Project Manager, Terry is known to challenge assumptions and strive to strike the balance between the theoretical and real world approaches for both Data Modelling and Agile. Terry considers himself a born again agilist as Agile implemented according to the Lean Principles has made him once again enjoy Software Development and believe in what can be accomplished. Terry is a fan of Agile implemented according to the Lean Principles, the Green Bay Packers, Winnipeg Jets, Operational Data Stores, 4th Normal Form, and asking why

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